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Egypt / Power Play / Morsi / A Discussion #1034360

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 26, 2012
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The protests in Egypt against the power play by President Mohamed Morsi introduced; scenes shown of unrest on the streets and Morsi meeting with power brokers.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Cairo: Reza Sayah) How Morsi's message is being reshaped to appease the people with a big protest scheduled for Tuesday discussed; inset protest video shown. [In interview, Freedom and Justice Party vice chairman Essam el-ERIAN†- says the decrees are up to the president.]

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with "New York Times" Stephen Farrell and Woodrow Wilson Center's Robin Wright about Egypt. [WRIGHT - offers context of Morsi's moves in a region polarized between Islamic and secular forces; suggests this is growing pains in Egypt with a new, unknown president who helped set up a cease-fire for Gaza.] [FARRELL - says the questions are the motivations behind Morsi's actions; comments on Morsi's role in Gaza.]

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf;
Sayah, Reza
Duration:
00:09:20

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